Ph.D. Luca Santinelli
Research Engineer and Assistant Professor
I graduated in Electronic Engineering (specialization in Computer Science) at the Polytechnic University of Marche in 2003.
From 2003 to 2007 I worked for the MTS Group (now ARISTON Thermo) as software developer in the R&D department. He specialized on microcontroller and control systems.
In 2010 I completed the Ph.D. in Computer Science (curriculum in Innovative Technologies of Info. & Com. Eng. and Robotics) at the Scuola Superiore SantAnna working on real-time systems at the RETIS Laboratory. During the Ph.D. thesis, in 2008-2009 I was a visiting student at the ETH, Zurich working on real-time calculus and real-time scheduling within the TIK Laboratory.
My main research interests include real-time operating systems, schedulability and scheduling algorithms, energy aware scheduling, dynamic and adaptive resource reservation/allocation policies, probabilistic real-time modeling and analysis, real-time controls, formal methods and artificial intelligence.
My activity at the ONERA involves the modeling and analysis of safety-critical real-time systems.
System Programming (C and Advance C), ISAE France
Real-Time Systems, (Real-Time Operating Systems and WCET), ISAE France
Java, ISAE France
Cyber Physical Systems, ISAE France
Events: RTSS, ECRTS, EMSOFT, ETFA, RTNS, RTCSA, RTAS, DATE, SAC
Research Projects: CAPACITES, R2D2, IREHDO2, WIRELESS, PROARTIS, TIMMO-2-USE, IPERMOB, ANR-CORTEVA
I am currently chairing the Brief Presentation session of RTSS’17. For more details you can check out the events web-page http://2017.rtss.org/brief-presentations-program/ and http://2017.rtss.org/travel/.
Currently supervising Ph.D. candidate Fabrice GUET and Ph.D. candidate Jasdeep SINGH.
Interests: research and more
Research Interests: i) Real-Time: scheduling, resource reservation and bandwidth allocation, ii) Probabilistic Real-Time: safety-critical/mixed-criticalities and timing guarantees with probabilities, iii) Component-based design and object-oriented programming languages, iv) Network calculus and realtime calculus and their probabilistic/stochastic versions, v) Artificial Intelligence
Private Interests: Sports (volleyball, skiing, football, running, basketball, ...) reading, traveling, and computing
I have studied Electronic Engineer with specialization in Computer Science at Ancona, Polytechnic University of Marche.
Electronic + Computer Science it is a mixture between information technology and electronic engineering. After the first 2 years of general courses such as maths and physics, it starts to be specific. First a couple of years of electronic and information technology and then, last year of my studies, I chose entirely the software technology catalog with Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Advanced Programming Languages and Artificial Intelligence exams, to be focused on software engineering.
Master Thesis: Analysis and Development of technique for the Fingerprint Matching.
The study focuses on developing a complete fingerprint recognition system: enrollment (fingerprint management) identification and recognition with Artificial Intelligence technique.
Travels: where I've been so far...
* Skiing in Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Andorre, and France
* USA: Chicago, Boston, New York, Washington + Arizona + US West coast: from San Diego to San Francisco (passing through Las Vegas)
* Canada: Montreal + Niagara Falls
* Italy: Sicily, Tuscany, ...
* Europe: Stockholm, Croatia, Normandy, Reims, Nantes, Barcelona, York, Malta, Berlin, Costa Brava and Pays Basques, Krakow
* Africa: Marrakesh
Next to come: Japan and China!
Permanent Address: 6 boulevard des platanes,
31400 Toulouse, France
Telephone number +33 (0)5. 62. 25. 28. 60,
- 1995-2003 Degree in Computer Engineering, Università Politecnica delle Marche grade 110/110 cum
laude, with thesis “Analysis and Development of technique for the Fingerprint Matching”. Advisor Prof.
- January 2007-December 2010, Ph.D. candidate at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna under the supervision
of Prof. Buttazzo. Research area: Real-Time Operating Systems Real-Time Scheduling and Bandwidth
Reservation with practical application on embedded systems, including WSNs.
- October 2008-September 2009, visiting student at the ETH in Zurich under the supervision of Prof.
Thiele, TIK Laboratory.
- July – December 2010, internship at the TRIO team of INRIA Nancy Grand Est under the supervision of
- December 2010: Ph.D. degree. Thesis titled: Adaptive Resource Reservation. Commission composed
by Prof. Giorgio Buttazzo, Prof. Lothat Thiele, and Liliiana Cucu-Grosjean.
- January 2011-May 2012: Postdoc at the TRIO team of INRIA Nancy Grand Est under the supervision of
- From June 2012: Research Engineer at the LAPS team, DTIM ONERA Toulouse.
Assistant professorship to the course ‘Sistemi Real-Time’ of Prof. Dragoni, Universita’ Politecnica delle
2012 - Qualification «maitre du conference» within the section 27 (Computer Science)
Assistant professor to the course ‘Real-Time Operating Systems’ of prof. Jerome Hugues at the ISAE
Assistant Professor at the ISAE Toulouse from 2012: Embedded Systems, Real-Time Operating Systems,
Worst-Case Execution Time, Java, Multi-cores and System Programming classes.
Supervised Students: 7 Internship students, 3 Ph.D. student
Qualification "aux fonctions de maître de conférences" in 2012
Real-Time Scheduling, Power-Aware Scheduling, Resource Reservation, Real-Time and Network Calculus,
Component-Based Design, Real-Time Operating Systems, Wireless Sensor Networks and Bandwidth
Allocation, Probabilistic Real-Time System Modeling and Scheduling.